There was something different with the Manchester United bench at Wembley on Sunday. While Mauricio Pochettino stood by the line approximately through the entire battle had Ole Gunnar Solskjær, surrounded by his assistants, sat on the top row of the guests ' bench.
from There and down to the away technical zone, it was not only Solskjær that moved. Several bites its mark in how everyone in the Solskjærs trenerteam had the opportunity to give specific feedback to the players out on the pitch.
Journalist for the Manchester Evening News, Ciaran Kelly and the belgian England-the correspondent Kristof Terreur writing on Twitter that this is not a coincidence.
Also, the assistants have in fact been greater freedom to come up with ideas and directives to the players along the way in the fight since Solskjær took over.
manchester United's coaches, Carrick, McKenna and Phelan, have run up and down trappetrinnene to the bench through the whole match. A proper team effort. Solskjær has given the opportunity, as with the players, to express themselves, writes Kelly.
United's coaches - Carrick, McKenna and Phelan - have been up and down the steps from the dugout all match. Real team effort. Solskjaer happy to give his staff, as well as his players, that freedom. #TOTMUN pic.twitter.com/0Nih8qnURo— Ciaran Kelly (@MENCKelly) January 13, 2019
A Special One looks like a Special Team again. On the picth, but also on the touchline: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer seems to give a lot of responsabilities two of his assistants: Michael Carrick was constantly giving instructions, Mike Phelan and Kieran McKenna too. #mufc pic.twitter.com/2HJhLqHGiJ— Kristof Terreur